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Sam McCoy's Diving And Fishing Lodge

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Chicago
Reviewed 12 January 2016

McCoy’s Dive Lodge is somewhat of a legend on Little Cayman, a name that was well known with both divers and anglers. Sam McCoy’s Diving And Fishing Lodge was destroyed by the 2008 hurricane. Only the structures remain of the original diving and fishing Lodge. McCoy’s is now only a laid back sunset local’s bar. There is no lodging anymore...

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1Thank WorldTravelers34
Oak Ridge, New Jersey
Reviewed 19 November 2014

Sam McCoy's is now only a laid back sunset bar - no lodging. They are open daily for beer, wine and snacks, and Saturday evening for a BBQ. The day I showed up was not one of their best. Let me first say that several places were running low on supplies pending arrival of the supply barge. Also, I think...

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3Thank HowlnBubba
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 4 January 2009

Booked a week dive trip only to find out after we arrived that they had no fuel for the dive boat and would not get any for over a week! Had to make other arrangements which caused us to miss several days of diving on our trip........

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5Thank sdstarnes
San Clement
Reviewed 1 October 2008

Spent 7 days at McCoy's. The family is quite lovely. The accommodations are adequate if you're trip is strictly for diving. If you're interested in sight-seeing, beaches, TV, internet, radio, etc...do not stay here. I met some dear friends I had not seen in years. So, we spent our time visiting, reading, playing cards, identifying fish and coral. OUR room...

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3Thank PamtheSailor
Orangeville, Canada
Reviewed 22 April 2008

Did a two night stay at McCoys while on holiday in Grand Cayman. First off the diving at Bloody Bay wall is incredible! The lodge itself though has lots of problems and some good points. Good- we liked the food, but you have to be there when they ring the bell and like what is put on your plate. Bob...

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4Thank Canadian64
Ormond Beach, Florida
Reviewed 6 March 2008

This was my third visit to McCoy's for a dive trip. Second year in a row with just a dive buddy. Each visit is the same relaxing visit with great diving. The food and the rooms are very basic. The rooms are clean but water pressure varies. If you stay for the Saturday barbeque then you will get the best...

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3Thank BradfordSims
Grand Cayman
Reviewed 14 August 2007

My husband and I wanted to go to Little Cayman to celebrate our anniversary. We had recently received a flyer about a special McCoy's was having, so we booked. We received a prompt reply and preliminary invoice. So far, so good. Upon our arrival at the quaint airport Friday evening, we wandered around for several minutes, and finally walked up...

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7Thank gcm_divegirl
Oregon
Reviewed 21 May 2007

We just returned from a week on Little Cayman, staying at Sam McCoy's Dive Resort. If you love to dive, own and bring all your own equipment and don't care about delicious meals, this is the place for you. The location is wonderful right down the beach from Bloody Bay Wall, but the resort is frankly in poor repair. There...

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3Thank Katmanduu
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Hutto, TX
1 review
7 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 September 2004

Going to small very out of the way places always seem to be a mixture of Pros and Cons. One thing is for sure, cast aside any paradigms you might have and just be flexible. Having stayed with Sam several times we can say that every time we visited there was a problem or two, but the diving and the...

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Houston, TX
1 review
5 helpful votes
Reviewed 9 April 2004

Don't expect much notice from these folks. They must be very layed back. I dived with them once when staying next to SSC and back home I tried to check on reservations with them the next year. I tried phone calls and faxes and they never responded. So good luck if you try to do biz with these folks.

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Address: Box 12, North Side, Little Cayman
Region: Caribbean > Cayman Islands > Little Cayman
Price Range: $208 - $312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
Sam Mccoy`s Diving And Fishing Hotel Little Cayman
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